Worry Dolls (from the album Go Get Gone available on )
Two guitars held by two redheads came met at an open mic night where the two solo singer/songwriters, Zoe Nicol and Rosie Jones, began steps towards forming Worry Dolls. The meeting happened when the pair were eighteen years old and still based in Liverpool, England. Worry Dolls moved to London to chase their career, couch surfing for a year until their brand of Folk Country built a following. The duo quit their day gigs and flew to Nashville, Tennessee to record their latest (debut) album, Go Get Gone.
Worry Dolls entered an East Nashville studio with producer Neilson Hubbard who put a strong focus on the vocal harmonies. The music for Go Get Gone moves the mood in the stories as somber (“She Don’t Live Here Anymore”), tough-love comfort (“Light Oh Light”), pensive (“Someday Soon”, and assertive (“Tidal Wave”). Worry Dolls have the vocal prowess of true believers, Go Get Gone firmly placing the band in the forefront of Folk, Country, Rock’n’Roll hybrid sounds. Worry Dolls toss out a “Bless Your Heart” kiss-off as they travel “Endless Road” with a restless wander in the rough-hewn rhythm, stamping “Passport” with spit and snarl while goodbye hops aboard a country and western rail-click beat with “Train’s Leaving”.
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